Class 0003. Records
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
General records of the operation of the Division, maintained by its Secretary. Correspondence, annual reports, executive committee minutes, financial records, documents relating to planning of program meetings, etc.
A nineteenth century ledger contains example of calligraphy and extensive examples of arithmetic calculations in preparation for various trades such as carpentry, mercantile, roofing and masonry by Andrew Jackson Odenwelder of East Allen Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania.
Historical records of land exchange in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania and several religious documents for the Bieber and Schwoyer families who intermarried and the Sweiger Family all of either Richmond Township or Maxatawny Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
In 1955 Fritz Engineering Laboratory, originally built by John Fritz in 1909-1910, dedicated a new seven-story addition known as the new Fritz Laboratory. From that time on there was a systematic filing of research reports. Before this date the research reports in Fritz Laboratory were not designated systematically. This collection of manuscripts was produced or collected by faculty prior to 1955.
Amounts listed for borough, county, poor, school and state taxes and rents paid by George Graff and his daughter, Catherine Graff as well as payments to companies for items purchased. The rents were paid to members of the Livingston Family.
A social history of faculty wives’ activities within Lehigh University’s history as an all- male school when socialization for women outside the home was not a common event is reflected in this collection. Gender, social and economic changes occurred to break down the class system in place among the faculty and their wives. The Club changed as women’s economical and career paths took them outside the home and beyond their faculty husbands’ own career.